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No love for the STC or major commercial musicals as Belvoir and Little Shop of Horrors scoop the pool.
One CEO steps down in the disability sector; another steps up in Indigenous arts.
The Australian conductor, composer and musicologist died on Sunday aged 71, following a long battle with cancer.
Philanthropist and former chairman of Australia’s media dynasty, Fairfax & Sons, James Fairfax leaves a great legacy for the arts.
How important is Indigenous programming within festival culture, and has it moved beyond mere box-tick politics.
Get a professional leg-up in 2017 and attend a conference that connects your with artists and arts workers in your sector.
As the new year begins, there are some exciting new appointments.
A deal between Adelaide Festival Centre and Indonesia's first creative agency BEKRAF will bring the two countries closer together.
The Australian theatre company is in demand internationally. Now it's spreading its success into film.
Opening in November 2017, the Australian Music Vault will be a permanent showcase of contemporary Australian music at Arts Centre Melbourne.
While balance is improving across the sector, some theatre companies still have overwhelmingly male dominated repertoire.
A new Chair appointed to the Belvoir Board, and Country Arts SA appoints a new project manager.
A visionary philanthropist, a leading arts executive, and a film that began as youth theatre were honoured at this year’s Ruby Awards.
One theatre head departs, another is appointed, and the AD of a major festival steps down.
A new report shows that while 95% of us think the world would be better with more imagination, most people don't think other Australians care.
The Australian architect and stage designer is remembered as a gifted artist, a great teacher, fiercely intelligent and richly imaginative.
Gaming offers the performing arts a playful intervention, and the opportunity for participation instead of spectatorship.
History, diversity, tree-changers and community leaders all play a role in enriching a region's arts ecology.
Erections, snootiness and perverts: we investigate the misconceptions about being a life drawing model.
From the slums of Venezuela to the Inuit community in Greenland, the El Sistema music program is breaking cycles of poverty and despair.
The creative sector's battle over copyright is likely to come to a head in 2017. We decode the jargon and explain why it matters.
Our major festivals are increasingly finding themselves in competition with the growing number of festivals initiated by arts centres.
In 2016, the most commercially successful music in the world wasn’t Beyoncé, Britney or Bieber. It was arguably more problematic.
Perhaps you’re not ready to have the intersectionality conversation with your Trump-supporting uncle. But you could share a theatre that bridges the gap.
Australia has public holidays for agricultural shows, football finals and a horse race. Why don't the arts have a public day of celebration?
The superficial scramble for cultural diversity is not addressing the deep causes of exclusion and the power imbalance in the arts.
Other countries use regional theatre as a staging post or experimental crucible but Australia is so obsessed with the majors it ignores the opportunities of the bush.
Streaming, live performance, merchandising and teaching are combining to give musicians improved incomes despite the challenges of new technology.
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